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Stacie Lents

Stacie Lents' work has been produced and developed by Playwrights Theatre of New Jersey, coLAB Arts, New Brunswick Theater Festival, Mile Square Theatre, StrangeDog Theatre Company, Luna Stage, Crossroads Theatre Company, Vital Theatre Company, the New Jersey...

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Stacie Lents' work has been produced and developed by Playwrights Theatre of New Jersey, coLAB Arts, New Brunswick Theater Festival, Mile Square Theatre, StrangeDog Theatre Company, Luna Stage, Crossroads Theatre Company, Vital Theatre Company, the New Jersey One-Minute Play Festival, Horse Trade Theater Group, Rutgers University, and Fairleigh Dickinson University.

In addition to Fire Exit, her plays Henry's Law, a play about bullying, and Laugh Out Loud (cry quietly) are also published by Playscripts, Inc. Henry's Law was included in Backstage.com's list of 15 Must-Read Plays for Tweens and Teens. Peter Filichia of TheaterMania wrote that Laugh Out Loud (cry quietly), about internet dating, "is the best comedy I've seen all year."

Ms. Lents' play College Colors will be produced by Crossroads Theatre Company in February 2016. She wrote the book and lyrics for Daisy in Disguise, which ran off-Broadway through Vital Theatre Company with an original cast recording released during the run. Ms. Lents' one-act, Pastiche, was featured in Enchanted Arms, an evening of fairy tale adaptations commissioned by StrangeDog Theatre Company, which then transferred to New York in 2014. Other plays include Tidal Waves in the Neighborhood, Focus, Just In Case (a commission), and Written on Her Face. Ms. Lents is also an actor who has performed regionally and in New York; she performed her piece "Visiting Hours" at the Clark Studio Theatre at Lincoln Center as part of the 2013 A-T Children's Benefit, and recently played Joan in 100 Years, a new play by Richard Dresser. Ms. Lents is an Associate Professor of Theater at Fairleigh Dickinson University. She is a member of the Dramatists Guild of America, Actors' Equity Association, SAG-AFTRA, and the artistic advisory board of the Jewish Plays Project. Ms. Lents received her MFA from Rutgers University's Mason Gross School of the Arts and her BA in Theater from Yale University.

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